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UFC, Burger King sneak you backstage

Fighters are advised not to go spelunking for boogers backstage: the UFC has announced a co-op deal with nutritional giant Burger King that will install cameras in both main event fighter locker rooms, at the fighter entrance and near notoriously reclusive UFC President Dana White.

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Note the press release's judicious avoidance of the word "microphone." The idea of watching Rashad Evans or Lyoto Machida compose themselves before a bout is interesting -- or probably will be for five minutes or so -- but it's unlikely any combustible conversations will go out over the air.

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